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Remove Devices from SCCM 2012 after a period of inactivity

Posted on 2014-03-10
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We are currently running SCCM 2012 in our environment. I am looking for a way to have devices "fall off" the device list after X amount of time if they have not checked in.

For example. A Device is listed in the Devices tab and the device was decommissioned 3 weeks ago, is there a way to have it automatically removed from the list after 30 days of not checking in?
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Thanks. the links posted are for SCCM 2007. Are they applicable in 2012 as well?
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Yeah just check out the Maintenance Tasks in ConfigMgr 2012 there are almost similar.
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